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Your health matters! It’s easy to get wrapped up in your responsibilities. Your health (and the well-being of those you care for) relies on how you balance daily demands with rest. Don’t get burned out!

Signs of burnout:

  • Feeling physically or mentally exhausted
  • Being unable to see the value in things.
  • Finding it difficult to care about the activities of your daily life
  • Having a series of days, weeks, or months when you feel stressed or easily overwhelmed

To prevent burnout, practice daily self-care:
Throughout the day, ask yourself:

  • Have I eaten enough?
  • What types of food am I craving?
  • Am I thirsty?
  • Do I need a break?
  • Do I need more rest?
  • Do I need to stretch or take a walk?
  • Am I stressed? What can I do about it?
  • How well am I able to focus?
  • Am I able to stay present when it counts?
  • What do I need at this moment to function at my best?

You also can:

  • Manage your workload. Learn how to say no to things that exhaust you and ask for help with truly important things.
  • Take a break. Your body needs sleep to repair itself, and your brain needs downtime to learn, grow, and make sense of your experiences.
  • Set boundaries. Keep your work and personal responsibilities separate. Make time for the people and things you enjoy.
  • Eat, sleep, move, and hydrate. Your body will respond to stress better if you cover these basics.
  • Make a list. Keep a list handy of stress management techniques, activities you enjoy, and things you can do that are comforting.

To learn more about KnovaSolutions, email contact [email protected] or call 1-800-355-0885.  Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. MT.


KnovaSolutions® is a clinical prevention service to help Alliance Health Plan members better understand and manage their medical care, treatments, and medications via telephone and email. The KnovaSolutions clinical team focuses on the member as a whole, not just the health complications they may be facing, by providing access to health information and support in making the best health decisions possible.